Access Granted

Access Granted is our blog giving you the latest in ADA news and updates.

If you need in-depth information or training, we offer training programs and resources to help you and your team understand disability rights, giving leaders peace of mind and creating a better workplace for everyone.


Making an Accessible Document

At the bottom of this article, there is a link to download this page, along with step-by-step guides on making your documents more accessible, along with screenshots of exactly how to make the updates.

How Important Is Your Message?

How ineffective communication can go from funny to scary in a hurry.

Happy Birthday ADA!

We must continue to stride into the world, determined to fully realize the dream of the Americans with Disabilities Act — our right to be citizens brave enough to demand our freedom.

What the ADA Means to Me

How the ADA has affected my life and reflecting on civil rights during turbulent times as the 30th anniversary approaches.

The Story of a Trailblazing Teacher

A daughter's biography of her mother, the first teacher to teach disabled children in a public school in West Milwaukee.

Through the Looking Glass: Tales from the Inside Looking Out

#ThanksToTheADA the lives of people with disabilities not just in the United States but worldwide have improved and their civil rights are protected. #ThanksToTheADA our lives are made more accessible and as a result, better!

Part of the “ADA Generation” and Thankful For It

Being part of the ADA Generation means being born into an era of hard-earned equal rights. #ThanksToTheADA, we have the power to shape a world where everyone fits in.

Thankful for the ADA - Learning and Navigating Awareness

No matter what the disability awareness situation may be, it is important to be prepared and address our children’s curiosity about disabilities as open and honest as we can. I am thankful for the ADA for creating a forum for disability awareness with my family.

30 Ways to Pay Tribute to the 30th Anniversary of the ADA

Thirty ideas for paying tribute to a landmark civil rights law, the Americans with Disabilities Act.

My Hospital Experience and See-Through Masks

As a Deaf person, communication was so much better with the presence of an on-site interpreter. Effective communication with my doctor and the hospital staff probably saved my life.